Just figured that I would post some props for the Tremoverb. I know I'm a bit late in that they have not been made for years I guess. That being said......... I have been trying an early one ('93 I think???). Huge range of tones in this thing and much better than I was expecting. From pure clean, to gritty, to crunchy to blistering high gain - it is in this beast. Got together with some friends over the weekend for a jam. Just a bunch of rock and roll stuff. I mostly used the "blues" setting for a gritty clean and then the vintage high gain setting for the other channel. Worked great in the mix and I did not use any pedals at all - just straight in (which is always fun if you have not done it for a while). The other guy was using a modern Marshall and a silverface Twin for comparison. It is great to have all the seperate controls for each channel. Really completely versitile (including eq, reverb, presense, tremelo, etc.). Just filled with flexible useful capabilities. Not many boutique builders giving this many useful options (perhaps some would suggest that they are tone sucking options - who knows). Minor complaits: The trem and verb are not great, but are fine, and nice to have. I am surprised they did not put a boost in this amp, but not a problem. I would have liked to have more than channel switching perhaps on the footswitch (just a one-button footswitch). Conclusion. I am adding The Tremoverb to my list of current bargain amps. You could easily sound great covering many different styles of music with this one IMO. Evan.